One hundred years ago, the automobile and the airplane began changing our lives forever. And as early as 1926, engineers dreamed of vehicles that would make flying as common as driving. But, even though that dream never became a commercial reality, the converging technologies required to realize it have continued to evolve at an accelerating pace. Where does this technology stand? What barriers remain? What are the implications? We’ll provide the answers.
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